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MAN Sports at the 2019 PBR Global Cup | Inside Professional Bull Riding

MAN Sports at the 2019 PBR Global Cup | Inside Professional Bull Riding

MAN Sports goes Inside Professional Bull Riding at the 2019 PBR Global Cup
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ARLINGTON, Texas – For the second consecutive edition of the PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Global Cup, Team Brazil was crowned the top bull riding nation in the world, winning the 2019 WinStar World Casino and Resort PBR Global Cup USA, presented by Monster Energy.

Coach Renato Nunes (Buritama, Brazil), who previously hoisted the Australian horn from the glittering Global Cup trophy in Sydney in June 2018, once again claimed another nation’s soil, taking Team USA’s dirt from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Team Brazil collectively went 11-for-18 to amass 939.25 points as the two-day, five-nation tournament went down to the final two rides.

The South American contingent was led by a perfect Eduardo Aparecido (Gouvelandia, Brazil) who went 3-for-3. After recording two rides on the opening night of the inaugural edition of the “Olympics of Bull Riding” on U.S. soil, Aparecido continued his flawless performance inside the home of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys when he covered Stone Cold Crazy (Hodges/Shuler) for 84.25 points in Round 2.

On the heels of recording the first-ever 90-point ride at a PBR Global Cup, Jose Vitor Leme (Ribas de Rio Pardo, Brazil) added another score to the nation’s total in Sunday afternoon’s opening round, marked 89.25 points on Biker Bob (Dakota Rodeo/Chad Berger/Clay Struve/H&C Bucking Bulls). Overall, Leme went 2-for-4 in the Lone Star State.

Alternate Joao Ricardo Vieira (Itatinga, Brazil) was called into action after Kaique Pacheco (Itatiba, Brazil) was unable to compete due to a sore knee. Seizing the moment, Vieira made the 8 on Lefty (Bill Henson/Gene Owen) for 86.5 points.

The final rider to record a ride for the nation on the final night of the international bull riding spectacle was national standings qualifier Bruno Scaranello (General Salgado, Brazil). He covered Trouble Maker (Bronco’s Bucking Bulls) for 83.75 points to also remain perfect in Arlington, going a collective 2-for-2.

In addition to claiming the U.S. soil encapsulated inside the nation’s horn from the Global Cup trophy, Team Brazil earned $365,100.

Team USA-Eagles finished second, led by individual aggregate winner Cooper Davis (Jasper Texas). The home nation contingent fell 72.25 points short of defending their home soil. Overall, the Eagles went 10-for-18, earning 867 points.

After going 2-for-2 on the opening night, Davis continued the momentum in Round 2, riding Blue Stone (Dakota Rodeo/Chad Berger/Clay Struve) for 88 points. While he was unable to cover his final bull, Bad Beagle (Phenom Gentics/Spurs West LLC/Sankey Pro Rodeo), Davis finished 4.75 points ahead of Team USA-Wolves rider Ryan Dirteater (Hulbert, Oklahoma; Cherokee) to win the $30,000 for the top finishing rider in the individual aggregate.

Other top performers for the nation were: Cody Teel (Kountze, Texas) who went 2-for-3, adding an 87-point trip aboard Gambini (Dakota Rodeo/Julie Rosen/Clay Struve/Chad Berger) in Round 2; and Brennon Eldred (Sulphur, Oklahoma) who delivered a flawless 2-for-2 performance, including an 81-point ride on Tri-County Ford’s Coyote (Wallgren & Hale Bull Co./Harrill/Angell/Burns/Wheeler).

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